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By Linda Broatch, M.A.
There are several educational practices and conditions that researchers and experts consider important for all ELL students' learning and school achievement. These include:
Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), the school is responsible to provide parents information, in a language that parents understand, about the learning environment: This includes:
Ask the principal for this information to be sure your child is making good progress in English language learning and academic work-and that the learning environment supports your child's success.
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